Meet the Instructors
Peruse the Course Syllabus
The course is self-paced, consisting of a hard copy, three-ring binder course manual, and on-line instructional videos.
Get an overview of the content of the Practitioner’s Program and read an overview of each of the thirteen lectures.
What People Are Saying…
This course was absolutely wonderful. Although I have been in the insurance business since 2000 and have done a variation of IBC, this was such an eye-opener, particularly the information on the inner workings of the insurance business. Thank you all so much for all of your work on the manual and lectures.
– Norma Jordan-Backe
How Do I Get Started?
1 Read the FAQ
The Practitioner’s FAQ has been designed to address the questions that most people will have about the program.
2 Sign the Agreement
You must sign and return the IBC Practitioner’s Agreement. A faxed or scanned copy is acceptable. Fax to 205-823-8235, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once we receive the signed agreement, we will contact the applicant and schedule a web conference interview.
Based on the NNI Board’s decision on candidate program acceptance, some candidates will have to complete the IBC Practitioner Mentor Program prior to being offered Authorized IBC Practitioner membership status. For more on the mentor program click here.
3 Pay the Enrollment Fee
After the NNI Board has conducted the candidate web conference interview, and reached a decision on whether the candidate will be accepted as a Practitioner student, we will email you instructions for payment. We accept checks and credit card payments.
4 Access the Site
When your payment is received, we will send your user name and password to access the content of the Practitioner’s Program, where you will work through the 14 lessons and take the final examination.
5 Receive the Materials
We will send your printed copy of the IBC Practitioner’s Program Course Manual (375 page, three-ring bound book) by USPS Priority Mail or FedEx Ground shipping, along with a signed copy of your Agreement and your receipt.